Fulgurances L’Adresse

French food magazine Fulgurances opened L’Adresse in 2015 as a culinary incubator featuring a rotating cast of guest chefs. Partnering chefs staying for varying lengths – sometimes a month and sometimes the better part of a year – and have a well-seasoned support team ready to help execute their vision. You can read more about the concept in our article “Fulgurances Opens a Restaurant,” and you can check their website to see who’s currently behind the stove.

Practical information

Address: 10 rue Alexandre Dumas, 75011
Nearest transport: Rue des Boulets (9), Charonne (9)
Hours: Open Tuesday-Friday for lunch & dinner. Closed Saturday-Monday.
Telephone: +33 1 43 48 14 59
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Fulgurances L’Adresse in pictures

Photos by Meg Zimbeck © Paris by Mouth

What people are saying

Paris Bouge (2015) “Mais avec une brigade remodelée en cuisine, en salle des militants du goût vêtus de chemise jean clair à la mode de Copenhague et notre porte-feuille s’allégeant de 22 euros pour un déjeuner d’anthologie, le coup de foudre est fulgurant.”

Patricia Wells (2015) “The small, elegantly casual restaurant was overflowing with tables full of 30-somethings sharing Chloé Charles’s inventive cuisine. Her food is modern, vibrant and forward flavored, ranging from a sumptuous starter of giant artichokes bathed in a touch of red wine, bone marrow and a hit of Roquefort, to an unusual and soothing salad of smoked eel, paired with a broccoli puree seasoned with a bright touch of mint and orange.”

John Talbott (2015) “The menu is challenging, broad and most interesting… quite delicious and terrifically innovative.”

Le Figaro (2015) “Comme parfois certains bons textes, cette drôle d’affaire mérite l’avant-propos car, avant l’assiette, il y a le concept (et pour une fois, le bon!). Avant Fulgurances l’Adresse, il y a Fulgurances, le mouvement.”

Table à Découvert (2015) “C’est ce que j’aime dans cette cuisine : dans l’air du temps, tissée de fils délicats, de subtilité et en même temps de robustesse, car elle veut nourrir et faire plaisir.”

Photo courtesy of Fulgurances

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